Copenhagen Hotels – Our Top Choices







I stayed at the Bertrams Hotel, part of the small Guldsmeden chain, which is about a 20 minute walk or short bus ride west of the Central Train Station. This is a small boutique hotel in a more residential, non-touristy part of town. I really liked the decor which is contemporary with influences from Bali in Indonesia. I had a nice room with small terrace overlooking the back patio/garden. There is a nice living room for guests to use and the really attractive kitchen/breakfast room was perfect for the ample morning buffet consisting of yogurts, breads, pastries, fruits, cheeses, meats, cereals and other Danish specialties. The owner, Nickolas Hall, was very helpful in restaurant suggestions, calling cabs and suggesting sites to see. The neighborhood had many small ethnic restaurants. It is located at Vesterbrogade 107. The only negative was that the walk to the hotel was around 20 minutes from Tivoli and the main train station. The good thing was that cabs are plentiful and there is a bus stop right outside the front door.

Bertrams Hotel

I checked out the Coco Hotel Copenhagen (formerly Copenhagen Crown Hotel) close to the central station. It looks like an attractive property at Vesterbrogade 41.

Copenhagen Crown Hotel

I would also look into the Carlton 66 Hotel which is a part of the Guldsmeden chain. It is closer to the center of town than the Bertrams. Other hotels getting great press include The Admiral Hotel on the harbor in a 200-year-old converted warehouse, the Hotel SP34 a boutique design hotel and the Hotel D’Angleterra.